Giles Bedloe writes for TS Today magazine on the Digital Economy Act
9 June 2017
In this comment piece, Giles Bedloe dissects the Digital Economy Act. Whilst there are tangible benefits to consumers in terms of internet safety and service provision, it remains to be seen how Part 5 (‘Digital Government’) will be implemented. Giles highlights various issues, including how the provisions relating to the disclosure and exchange of information to improve public service delivery might be seen as a cause for concern by privacy campaigners.
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